Schneider introduces new inverter to assist handle power wants

Schneider introduces new inverter to help manage energy needs

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The solar division of the European multinational Schneider Electric, Schneider Electric Solar, has launched the XW Pro Inverter approved by the Clean Energy Council in the Australian market.

A statement from the company claimed that households could reduce their carbon footprint by 90% and also be energy stable by switching to solar power with the XW Pro.

The inverter should be scalable and adaptable to the requirements of the power supply. “It also offers flexible battery compatibility and flexible energy capacity per inverter so you can plan based on your energy usage and budget,” the company said.

“The availability of the XW Pro for the on-grid market in Australia will help provide a better solution for a reliable and sustainable emergency power supply for your homes,” said Bernhard Kiechl, Vice President Marketing, Research and Development at Schneider Electric Solar.

“The XW Pro can be seamlessly integrated into existing diesel generators or string inverter systems and offers improved emergency power supply solutions for the entire house.

“The XW Pro has a complete ecosystem of accessories and digital tools that you can use to customize a solution that perfectly suits your home’s unique needs.”

The company said the XW Pro can be combined with Schneider Electric’s Insight energy management apps to manage energy needs at home from a smartphone.

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